Look what I found! 02/11/2009

  • We’re creating the world’s first safe children’s global online community, for kids 7-12 years old. A place where kids discover the world, share what they learn, and are inspired to become involved.

    tags: elementary, middleschool, research, world, community

  • tags: music, sheetmusic, education, sheet, blank, band

  • Follow Me Project has been created to let you share your adventures with the world via Web 2.0 technology. The Follow Me Project is open to everyone: teachers, students, families or organizations. In an effort to foster collaboration amongst unique groups of people, Follow Me Project supports the creation of stuffed animals that travel the globe to bring people together through the use of Web 2.0 tools. Just follow the easy directions below and let your project travel! Once your project is up and running, feel free to complete the application process for posting your project on the Follow Me Project website for worldwide exposure.

    tags: collaboration, elementary

  • To catalyze and support excellence in teaching and learning of science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) and other core subjects through innovative, research-based instructional strategies and use of novel technologies.

    CIESE collaborates with K-12 and university educators, researchers, policymakers and educational organizations to develop curriculum materials, conduct professional development programs, and research new methodologies to strengthen STEM education.

    tags: science, Collaboration, engineering

  • Tell us, what is it really
    like to live where you live?

    Welcome to the Life Round Here digital storytelling project.

    tags: digitalstorytelling, collaboration, digital_storytelling, web2.0, project

  • VOTW was created by Sharon Tonner, a lecturer at University of Dundee to connect children using their voices rather than text and images.

    tags: ning, collaboration, web2.0

  • Voices Of The World was created in June 2007 by Mrs Tonner a former ICT Specialist at The High School Of Dundee in Scotland, United Kingdom and now a Lecturer in Primary Education at The University Of Dundee.
    The project started as an eTwinning project to connect children in Europe using their voice and their own language.
    Since the project started in 2007, children from around the world have ‘Let Their Voice Be Heard’.

    tags: collaboration, wiki, project, global

  • Professional Development is no longer a “one-size fits all” experience. There are many different free technology tools that can be used to deliver sustainable professional development. Administrators, Teachers and Staff can experience professional development in their classroom, office, school district or even from the comfort of home. This workshop will give you free and different ways to deliver professional development to your staff and colleagues, keeping in mind that all of us, at some time or another, feel like the teacher in the teacher tube video below.

    tags: professionaldevelopment, PD

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